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MIAMI (June 08, 2017) —  Once the sun reemerges, County officials urge residents to "Fight the Bite" by eliminating any standing water in back yards and around residential properties. Certain mosquito species such as the Aedes aegyptirequire very little collected rainwater to carry on with their life cycle. As little as a plastic bottle cap full of water is enough for eggs to hatch in, which makes it critical for those who live in Miami-Dade County to remain vigilant and mobilize after stormy conditions move out of the area.
Miramar, FL- Mayor Wayne Messam, in collaboration with SEIU Florida and Florida New Americans, are hosting a citizenship drive to help residents living in Miramar and Pembroke Pines become US Citizens. Mayor Messam stated that “The opportunity to become an American Citizen is a sacred privilege. I encourage every permanent resident who is interested to attend this event and perhaps you may decide to join the millions of naturalized citizens who enjoy the full benefits of being an American.”
MIAMI (June 12, 2017) —  The Full Moon Yoga Series at the Deering Estate provides an opportunity to enjoy the sunset and end of the day, while welcoming the full moon at one of the most beautiful settings in Palmetto Bay. Each session will host a guest or special theme to make for a unique experience.
MIAMI (June 13, 2017) —  Last summer, Miami-Dade’s Board of County Commissioners (BBC) approved a resolution banning polystyrene products, such as Styrofoam, in all Miami-Dade parks, including beaches. The measure was followed by a public awareness campaign, led by the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, to help educate patrons about the polystyrene ban. The ban officially goes into effect on July 1.
The Caribbean American Teachers Association of Florida Inc. (CATAF) held its official launch and membership drive on June 9 at Roun A Goosey Jamaican Restaurant, 11635 Red Rd. in Miramar.
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